Great Week Malaysia
Part of the GREAT Week campaign, GREAT Week Malaysia is a trade mission from the UK for the Retail, Food & Drink and Experience Economy sectors. The week presents an outstanding opportunity for UK companies to access substantial business prospects and meet key decision-makers in Kuala Lumpur, Melaka, Johor and from Singapore.
Attendees will benefit from gaining access to key decision makers, major buyers and potential partners in Malaysia. The mission will allow UK companies to build long term relationships and engage in high-level discussions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Experience Economy businesses
- Developers, operators and owners of intellectual property for branded and themed attractions interested in project collaboration opportunities.
- Providers of specialist consultancy - project feasibility, business and master planning, conceptual design and interpretation.
- Suppliers of innovative products and services - ICT infrastructure, ticketing and support services, bespoke entertainment and leisure equipment, digital, media, audio-visual and lighting services.
Food & Drink businesses
- Premium food and drink suppliers including processed and indulgence products.
- Health food and drink suppliers including functional, health and nutritional products.
- Established UK retail brands that are expanding overseas via franchises or independently.
- Companies including mixed retailers and specialists providing health and beauty, clothing and footwear.
- Retail brands interested in entering the market through e-commerce.
Companies attending previous GREAT Weeks reported promising leads, follow-up meetings and significant education on the region. Here are a few examples of successes gained for UK companies on GREAT Week Hong Kong:
- Fox’s Biscuits reported an order of 14 new lines of product from one supermarket chain, and first time interest from another.
- Holden’s Breweries are now selling their bottled beers to importers, distributors, bars and restaurants in the region.
- C.W. Dixey, makers of luxury eyewear, were so successful that they ran out of stock. They now look forward to selling eyewear in exclusive optical stores in Hong Kong.